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Chiropractor's Former Patients Sue Him, Practice

There are 5 comments on the TheDenverChannel story from Oct 13, 2011, titled Chiropractor's Former Patients Sue Him, Practice. In it, TheDenverChannel reports that:

Thirteen former patients of a chiropractor who was the focus of a CALL7 investigation have filed a lawsuit seeking damages.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Oct 14, 2011
Very sick how these chiropractors portrayed themselves to be experts at endocrinology. Like so many chiropractors, they preyed upon desperate people who were looking for relief from their disease.

The actual clinical training that chiropractors receive while in chiropractic school is pathetic.

A full investigation into the chiropractic enterprise needs to be done. Most chiropractors engage in bizarre and unfounded treatments like "activator", nucca, ak, sot, gonstead and dnft.

There has to be some standards before chiropractors claim that what they do ... actually works.

But maybe that's just me.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#2 Oct 14, 2011
As a practicing, licensed chiropractor, I agree that the chiropractor in the article should be exposed. I applaud the investigative work that was done to expose him. Fortunately, the vast majority of chiropractors are honest, hard working, and help millions of people each year.
There aren't many chiropractors like the one mentioned in the article.
Oh, by the way, don't listen to scammers like this 'wisdom' poster. He lacks the education to make a qualified statement about chiropractic or medicine. Consult a real professional if you want a qualified opinion. Wisdom is not a professional. Not by a long shot. It shows in each of his posts. Most of the time wisdom resorts to name calling. How professional.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#3 Oct 14, 2011
Seems like this chiropractor thinks he knows me. Quite the imagination. Then again, anyone who uses bizarre chiropractic treatments like nucca and activator, has to have "quite the imagination".

Washington Chiro

AOL

#4 Oct 15, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Seems like this chiropractor thinks he knows me. Quite the imagination. Then again, anyone who uses bizarre chiropractic treatments like nucca and activator, has to have "quite the imagination".
More name calling from wisdom.
Well, it wasn't unexpected. How professional. How revealing. On par for someone with no education.
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#5 Oct 17, 2011
Please refer to the Poll on WIsdom's credibility. It's clear that he makes outrageous assumptions such as if one does it... they all do it etc.

As you can see as you scroll down he likes to get the last say in everything, quite juvenile and unprofessional.

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